congenial[ kuhn-jeen-yuhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF congenial
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONGENIAL
I often tell her that they are, after all, her most congenial associates.
From the hush of these places, it is congenial to pass into the hushed resorts of business.
The song had begun with celebrating a theme, that must for ever be congenial to every female breast.
Praise is congenial to every human sense; the voice of praise is ever grateful to the ear of virtue.
These Artauds flourish in it all, as on a congenial dungheap.
The turmoil and the uproar were congenial to my vexed spirit.
For you there is a reality, a fit place and congenial duties.
Nor can the congenial be the good; for good is not the friend of good, as has been also shown.
And desire is of what a man wants and of what is congenial to him.
But then the congenial cannot be the same as the like; for like, as has been already shown, cannot be the friend of like.
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